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Poster: dvdman102 Date: Jan 11, 2009 3:21pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Explanations

Hi, I am new to IA and my family and I have enjoyed the many various programs available for download. I also have enjoyed sharing them with my mom and dad who remembers most of these shows when they first aired and I have listened to them talking about what they were doing when these shows aired and the current events of that time. Some of these early shows they never could see because they didnt have the money to buy one of those new TV sets until later years. So, now they can catch up! I was wondering why some shows were pulled. I just wanted to say Thanks for caring enough to put them back and to continue on with AI. We appreciate it very much!

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Poster: quigs Date: Jan 11, 2009 4:45pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Explanations

My sentiments exactly. Thank you.

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Poster: Meatpies Date: Jan 11, 2009 3:46pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Explanations

I've only been posting for about a month, but I certainly hope I have not said or done anything to offend anyone! That's not my intent at all, and I strive to live in an "others minded" way.

But, I do have to say that there have been some posts that simply shocked me. I mean, "Blame it on the Jews..." when asked why something was pulled... that's far different than "maybe Big Brother took it" when responding to why 1984 was yanked.

My question is... are you saying it's not okay to have banter, or are you saying that the slinging of racial and other slurs should stop. If it's the latter, I agree wholeheartedly. But I do like the friendly banter back and forth.

Again, if I have had any part in the problem, it was unintentional and I do apologize.

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